Hi, It's Louise here again. See the first stage of my Glamping adventures in the previous blog - here is Part 2.
My family and I continued our glamping adventures with a trip from Cornwall into Devon. Down gorgeous country lanes, through beautiful villages we travelled until we turned into the entrance for Coastal Cabins.
My children loved the wheelbarrows that were awaiting our luggage and tried to push them themselves….that is until they got too heavy for them to carry and they decided it was more fun to have a ride themselves!
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I had a busy time at the beginning of this year zipping in and out of London whilst promoting the Tourism Superstar Awards for VisitEngland. It was good to be recognised for spreading the word about QUIRKY getaways - our speciality in the UK - and our charity donations.
It seemed only fitting to check into the Georgian House Hotel and push past the bookcase / secret door to the Wizard Chambers at the end of a long day. I climbed into my 4 poster bed for a sound nights sleep amongst carved owl, heavy curtains and a pile of books.
My room oozed Harry Potterdom in all but name so a fan should not miss this 'stepping into his world' experience next time in town.
Hi, I'm Louise. I am an administrator here at QuirkyAccom.com.
Last week my family and I were lucky enough to spend a couple of nights in one of the wooden pods at Atlantic Surf in Bude, North Cornwall.
This was to be our first experience at “glamping” and we loved it! The pods sit upon an undulating field and have views over the manicured grassy space below that is reserved for pod families. Here we enjoyed many games of cricket, “it” and an evening of sitting around the firepit with bedtime stories.
The pod itself was spacious with a very comfortable king-size bed and 2 large bean bags that my children loved sleeping on! There was a rustic style coat stand, a good sized fridge plus all the utensils, plates, pots and pans that you could need, plus a useful shelving unit.
The free wifi went down well as this enabled us to listen to music whilst enjoying a BBQ on our private terrace. There were even USB charging points so we could charge up our phones and stay connected to the outside world, although you may choose not to!
Will is one of the younger generation at Secret Valley - part of this family farm project which hosts many guests for romantic breaks with hot tubs, family getaways or group gatherings. Cleverly the varied accommodations are set apart so that families and couples are in separate areas allowing everyone to have their perfect experience.
See full details on the Secret Valley here. Click Check Price, and you can book online with them direct. Note they have a Special Offer just for QuirkyAccom guests too.
Not just cute farm animals and relaxation, Secret Valley is a vineyard as well. This really has to be the perfect holiday!
Set in the southernmost foothills of Somerset’s Quantock Hills area of outstanding natural beauty, Cobbs Cross Farm (Home of SecretValley) has been farmed by John Hardwick since 1973 and is now a family business with wife Jan and children Rob, Emma and Will. The farm has evolved greatly since then, turning organic in 2000 rearing Free Range Chickens as well as a Beef Suckler Herd, who can be seen enjoying their freedom in the lush green fields. In recent years the farm has gained some slightly more exotic residents, visitors can see the incredibly cute Miniature Donkeys and cheeky Alpacas roaming around their fields.
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